Black continent to stage special programs at TIBF
Monday May 11, 2015 has been designated as Day of Africa by authorities of Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF).
To mark the day, African exhibitors who have found a chance to join this year’s edition of the international event will hold an array of cultural programs.
As part of the programs, a panel discussion will be staged in the TIBF section of Men of Letters’ House on existing cultural exchanges between Iran and African nations.
The hour-long panel discussion, set to start at half past 3 P.M. has been sponsored by friendship associations established among Iran and a number of African nations, namely Nigeria, Tunisia, Uganda, Senegal, Ivory Coast, and Comoros.
Also, titles released ever by an Algerian publisher will be unveiled in the Men of Letters’ House. Set to begin at half past 16, the unveiling ceremony will be joined by the publication authority, Faras al-Jahamani and his Iranian agent, Qolam Reza No’ee.